The Netherland Antilles flag has a ratio of 2:3. The colors are red, white and blue. It consists of a red vertical bar and a blue vertical bar. In the intersection, five white stars are located. Each star represents one of the five islands: Curacao, Bonaire, Sint Eustatius, and Sint Maarten, and Saba.
The Netherland Antilles flag had six stars from 1959 to 1986, when Aruba left the entity. The flag of the Governor is somewhat different. The nation was previously known as the Netherlands West Indies.
The nation’s most populated/largest and capital city is Willemstad. The Mexican flag is part of a nation whose national anthem is titled “Anthem without a title”. The national motto is “Unified by freedom”.
Some interesting facts about the Netherland Antilles:
religion: Roman Catholicism 72%, Methodist 2.8%, Pentecostals 4.8%, Protestants 3.6%, Seventh Day Adventist 3.2%, other Christians 4.0%, Jehovah's Witnesses 1.9%, Judaism 1.5%, other/unspecified 1.0%, no religion 5.2%
languages: Papiamento 65.6%, English 15.7%, Spanish 6.1 Dutch 7.2% (the official language) Creole 1.6%, other/unspecified 3.8%
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